Josh is trapped. He’s a grumpy old man in the body of a twenty-something, a potentially brilliant boyfriend who can’t get a date and, worst of all, he lives in a flat with the world’s two most frustrating friends. There’s Owen, a romantic Welshman whose only interest is boring Josh about when he met Tasmin Archer or bought Lenny Kravitz’s deckchair; and Kate, who wants to be seen as one of the cool kids but, well… isn’t. And then there’s Geoff. A landlord who for some reason thinks it’s also his job to teach Josh to swim or get him on stage with Paul and Barry Chuckle. All Josh wants is a quiet life, and it would probably happen if it wasn’t for his bad luck, bad judgement and bad mates.